Late on Saturday 26th October 2008, news started to break that Tottenham Hotspur had appointed Harry Redknapp as our new manager after sacking Juande Ramos. Tottenham paid £5 million in compensation to Portsmouth for letting Redknapp go.

Spurs had secured only two points from the first eight games of the season prior to Redknapp’s arrival and lay bottom of the league, but in his first two weeks in charge he took the club out of the relegation zone, winning ten out of the twelve points available with wins against Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool and Manchester City and a remarkable 4–4 draw against North London rivals Arsenal.

Take a look at the video below from YidVids2, you won’t be disappointed! Leave your comments below

 

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  1. yidney poitier

    shame (for him and for us) that he whored himself for the England job.IMO we (again us and him) where at a fork at the road to greatness and he chose the path that has lead to us taking several steps back.

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  2. spurs o olic

    Harry o harry why art thou left , levy really messed it based on down rite arrogance we had the greatest manager since fergie, he made bale and spurs the R100 mil could u have imagined wht he wud have spent the money on, the mere fact that he was considered for the england role commands respect, qpr will be back next season and so will harry , levy would just have to look and marvel at a genuis at work , and be man enuf to admit harry harry was to tottenham wht bread is to butter, thks u sir harry for the memories .. Coys

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